This is actually an article that I received so many versions of from so many people, quite a few days ago, that I wanted to blog about it  the week they arrived, but other stories intervined. Nonethelss, this is an important development, and if you've been following our transhumanist high octane speculaitons on this website, ever since Dr. deHart and I wrote Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, this one is huge with implications.  Most of those implications are, in my opinion, rooted in the hidden esoteric agendas driving transhumanism, which, for the purposes of this article, we may interpret as a subset of scientism.

The esssence of the story is simply that a committee of scientists met in secret -- like cardinals in a conclave - only to emerge and announce their decision that they had decided to build a human genome from scratch. Let that one sink in. Neither you, nor I, nor anyone else had any sort of popular representation that amounted to anything in this decision by the clergy of biology. It makes me want to serve them with a writ quo warranto, but I digress.

Here's the article:

Plan to build human genome from scratch could kick off this year

There is of course the usual bows to scientific inquiry, that if we really want to understand the human genome, we have to build one from scratch, all 13 billion base pairs. And I can see it coming: then they will want to know if it's really human and hence will have to build another one and see if it can reproduce, &c &c &c.  And of course there's the usual bone that this will help  improve human health:

There’s also a proposal to develop a “reference genome”, a basic template common to all humans. This could help identify why some populations are more susceptible to certain diseases, for example sickle cell anaemia, which is more common in people of African, African American or Mediterranean heritage. “This would be a way of finding out why,” says Freemont.

Secret meeting

The project garnered controversy when team members, including George Church of Harvard University and Jef Boeke, a synthetic yeast researcher at New York University, held an invitation-only meeting at Harvard on 10 May. Attendees were barred from speaking with the press, leaving people to guess at the applications of the rumoured project, including using “the synthetic genome to create human beings without biological parents”.

But then there's all that stuff "between the lines," and one really doesn't have to indulge in my usual high octane speculation. The project, you'll note, is really about designing new humans, and about who owns them, a legal issue which Dr. DeHart and I raised in Transhumanism, and which I raised again in Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men:

Within 10 years, the project’s primary goal is to engineer large genomes of up to 100-billion base pairs (a human genome is 3 billion base pairs), which could include “whole genome engineering of human cell lines and other organisms of agricultural and public health significance”. This will require technological development early on in the project “to propel large-scale genome design and engineering,” the researchers write.


Within 10 years, the project’s primary goal is to engineer large genomes of up to 100-billion base pairs (a human genome is 3 billion base pairs), which could include “whole genome engineering of human cell lines and other organisms of agricultural and public health significance”. This will require technological development early on in the project “to propel large-scale genome design and engineering,” the researchers write.

Now by the internal logic of the project itself, one would have to conclude that any such developments would ultimately by owned by the government, and if corporations are involved, by the corporations developing it. I don't know about you, but the last time I heard about such projects, two totalitarian states were involved in trying to create the new Uebermensch and "New Soviet Man." But not to worry, the Harvard group - and let that connection sink in, with all its connections to the USSA's military-intelligence-industrial complex - assures us that local and regional values will be taken into account.

But then there's that equally disturbing reference to stem cells, to the "basic human template", and so on. Stems cells are, of course, thought to regulate the actual differentiation of cells as an organism grows, and there has been some research that connects them to various therapies, and even suggestions that they are connected to life-spans.

So herewith my high octane speculation: recall that in Transhumanism Dr deHart and I argued that the goals of the transhumanism movement were remarkably in synch with the broad esoteric tradition of the origins of man from the immortal sacred androgyne. I suspect that behind this development, therefore, that the Harvard Cardinals in their Conclave are serving deeper, more hidden masters, and that the goal here is not just those publicly stated, but to create the "new man", the new supersoldier, the new slave, made obedient by appropriate engineering. Their masters will seek that "virtual immortality" of new therapies and perhaps, ultimately, a basis by which to reproduce themselves whole, to clone themselves, without the messy procedures of intercourse. In short, they might be looking for the creation of the androgyne so dear to some esoteric and ancient cosmologies.

Crazy? Of course it is. High octane? To be sure. But remember, these people have already signaled they're willing to operate without any restraints...

...and in secrecy.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. zendogbreath on June 7, 2016 at 1:00 am

    izeta’s got a couple good points there g-hawk

    through out that exchange below, what kept going through my mind was a quote from an old joke i heard bout 45 years ago:

    “what you mean we kimosabe?”

    • zendogbreath on June 7, 2016 at 1:01 am

      btw, heckova good line of thought there too. the giants thing goes way farther than that too. plenty skeletons unearthed in america now sitting in smithsonian under wraps. old newspaper articles with pics document it.

    • goshawks on June 7, 2016 at 3:12 pm

      ZDB, I am curious what is our ‘real’ heritage. Some authors view the genetic interference as a ‘step up’ from monkey/gorilla-like existence. Other authors disagree, pointing out that Cro-Magnon humans actually had a brain capacity significantly smaller than his/her predecessors. Was something left-out/cut-out to make us more manageable?

      We need to find the ‘human’ equivalent of the mammoth or mastodon quick-frozen in the tundra. Pre-tinkering ‘humans’, with the DNA intact, would give us a sense of what really was our potential.

      Of course, you might end up with the famous 1992 quote by George Herbert Walker Bush to Sarah McLendon, “If the people knew what we had done, they would chase us down the street…”

  2. goshawks on June 6, 2016 at 12:57 am

    My first thought on this ‘endeavour’ had to do with a decade-old article in “Scientific American.” In this article, biologists talked about the oddities of the human Y chromosome. Unlike all other chromosomes, the Y chromosome will not ‘divide-up’ during reproduction. The good side of this is that it does not ‘water-down’ over the ages. The bad side of this is that any mutation is conserved.

    In this article, biologists documented at least two major mutations of the Y chromosome over the ages, that badly mangled it. (If you look at a slide of all of the 23 chromosomes, it is very evident that the Y chromosome is shrunken and distorted-looking, compared to all the others.) The corresponding X chromosome took over some functions, which is why the human race is still around. However, these same biologists note that a few more mutations will render the Y chromosome almost nonviable, and thus sterilize those parts of the human race.

    The above is relevant to this column in that I could see the shadowy planners as attempting to ‘resuscitate’ the Y chromosome. (Actually, the Y and X chromosomes BOTH have to be re-engineered. This is because they are now so mutually-dependent, because of the compensations for the mutations.) This could be the ‘core’ of the whole project, with the other non-sexual chromosomes just along for the ride.

    (When I was reading the article in “Scientific American,” I immediately wondered whether the ‘mutations’ were really Anunnaki tinkering. If so, the present project could be an attempt to re-engineer IN what the Anunnaki genetic scientists decided to INACTIVATE. In that case, I wonder where the project scientists would get a ‘model’ for an unmessed-with Y and X chromosome. [Pleiadian?]

    So, we might not come out as what today we call humans. But, we might be magnificent! This pre-supposes good intent on the part of the project scientists, of course. Tricky…)

    • goshawks on June 6, 2016 at 1:33 am

      I also find it interesting that this project is announced a few years after the publication of Sitchin’s “There Were Giants Upon the Earth: Gods, Demigods, and Human Ancestry: The Evidence of Alien DNA” (2010). In this book, Sitchin tracked-down the grave of an actual Annunaki ‘goddess’, Puabi, whose body still exists – now in England’s Natural History Museum. He requested a DNA analysis of this body, which is in limbo…

      So, what if the DNA testing was (covertly) done, and now forms the basis for an unmessed-with X chromosome? (Halfway there. Maybe, all the current fighting in old Sumerian lands is over the ‘right’ to dig up an Anunnaki ‘god’ to get the corresponding Y chromosome…)

    • goshawks on June 6, 2016 at 1:35 am

      “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” I could see why this sub-comment might be ‘modded’… goshawks – June 6, 2016 at 1:33 am.

    • goshawks on June 6, 2016 at 11:46 pm

      My sub-comment is out of moderation, just above this one. Enjoy!

    • iZeta on June 6, 2016 at 11:52 pm

      That is a very interesting idea, that perhaps there are inactive X & Y chromosomes and from this I recall the ‘channelled’ data from the Pleaidians, (Barbara Marciniak), who said that originally the human race ran a helix of 12 strands rather than just 2, and that our DNA was altered by a group of master geneticists in order to suppress our other abilities. At the time, it sounded really amazing, and so far fetched, but none the less, very intriguing.

      However, I don’t agree with your idea that the project is of good intent. From what I’ve observed, humanity lives in a ‘business model’ and just about everything has a monetary value. If there is an intent to re-engineer the genome and have our helix return to a clean template, this will be an extremely costly venture, and such high investments will demand high returns. We have to follow the money to see who truly benefits, and IMO the benefit will come in the following two ways: life extension (for those who can afford it) and military expansion.

      • goshawks on June 7, 2016 at 2:56 pm

        iZeta, if you have been reading here for a while, I should have come across as one of the staunchest ‘critics’ of the PTB. I have all the modded replies to prove it (grin). As such, I totally agree with you that the project is 99.999% sure to NOT be of good intent (for the 99%ers *grin*). I chose to pass over (pun) that likelihood, so as to not dilute the genetic points.

        (Plus, there are interesting ‘side-effects’ to consider, such as Rupert Sheldrake’s morphogenetic fields. Get a number of 1%ers with rejuvenated Y & X chromosomes out there, and it might ‘modify’ the fields. Babies could start being born with the ‘good stuff’, without direct physical contact. After all, that is the way we were meant to be. Magnificent, that is…)

        On Barbara Marciniak, who said that originally the human race ran a helix of 12 strands rather than just 2, I am rather cautious. This is all channeled material, so might be accurate or might be disinfo. We shall see…

  3. zendogbreath on June 5, 2016 at 9:46 pm

    time to take a longer view at what their goals are via strategies like this?

  4. Pellevoisin on June 5, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    Scientism is right. That this was shrouded in so much secrecy tells a great deal about those high priests involved in it.

    They vainly imagine they have a full and settled understanding of genetic structure, components, and function as well as a sufficiently complete working knowledge of the engines of life itself.

  5. DownunderET on June 5, 2016 at 5:17 pm

    If this isn’t a Tower of Babel moment then what is. These people are way off course, and they are not going to succeed because there is a very powerful source here and that is called loosely Mother Nature, or nature itself. The human being is a very complex thing, and no test tube moron is going to get nowhere trying to replicate it. The mind boggles as to why they are even “trying” to do it, but there has to be mad scientists in this world, and we’ve got plenty of them.

    • iZeta on June 7, 2016 at 12:06 am


      I too think they’been trying all sorts of things in the past. Chupacabras, Boys from Brazil, Island of Dr Moreu – the movie is the message.

    • zendogbreath on June 7, 2016 at 12:55 am

      you prompted a new thought: all tech innovations mimic nature better than previous iterations. they don’t have to be perfect to profit. they just have to have a better iteration of the idea. the question we’re dancing around here seems more likely to be how does anyone profit off this tech and/or its improvement?

  6. Nathan on June 5, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    This is not surprising ,especially since these people pulling the strings worship baphomet, baphomet is androgynous

    • James K VInes on June 5, 2016 at 9:18 pm

      What if they grow the “perfect infant”, but not a soul wants to inhabit it? ////
      “This kid has evidently lived before. Very strong case.” (HD) ////
      //// Also recall some High Octane speculation by JPF, re: possibility that the soul is in fact an electrical field that survives after the body’s death. //// So . . . what if the manufactured the perfect infant body, but “no one came”?

      • zendogbreath on June 7, 2016 at 12:52 am

        interesting possibility.

        the electrical field is even more so.

        isn’t all matter (including biologicals) a manifestation of energy?

  7. marcos toledo on June 5, 2016 at 11:01 am

    Just wondering how many wannabe Victor Frankenstein’s, Shou Tucker’s attended this event. Have these jokers any sense of real humility and any thought they may not know everything about biology let alone human nature itself. No it full speed ahead we’re the new gods what could ever go wrong think your worse nightmares and that wont even come close to the disasters they will unleash upon us.

    • Roger on June 5, 2016 at 6:30 pm

      Yep, just a matter of time before they accidently or purposely introduce an undesireable and un-natural trait into the human species. What if a very proliferic GMO human gets a few women pregnant with nobody knowing about it and introduces something devastating into the human species because his lab creators don’t know even half of half of what they think they are doing.

  8. Aridzonan_13 on June 5, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Again, behold Antlantis part deux. Where we have CERN and now they are messing with the genetics genie. Where the Minataur, chimeras, satyrs, centaurs etc. were legends of Antalantean super scientists gone berserk. What CERN is really doing and on what scale has yet to be exposed. So, what happened to Atlantis? Legend has it their technology got in front of their ability to control it. Hmmmm? Apparently, history does rhyme..

    • zendogbreath on June 5, 2016 at 9:44 pm

      hence another name?:
      op icarus

  9. Robert Barricklow on June 5, 2016 at 10:48 am

    Mad scientist
    in a race to hell…
    w/$$$$$ to burn!

  10. Lost on June 5, 2016 at 8:53 am

    It’s very unlikely that any chemist or biologist at Harvard knows enough about the massive flaws in the conventional understanding of those sciences to achieve much success in this.

    Perhaps they’ll get something but it won’t be a fully functioning conscious human being or even a mouse.

    The big reason that Harvard is unlikely to come up with anything is that their academic science departments are mostly about maintaining a conventional understanding of things like the periodic table of elements.

    I guess there could be some very smart Harvard physics type who knows of some of the big holes in science, but he/she isn’t going to see this somehow quickly applied to a much better understanding of human biology, or mouse biology. Just look at various Harvard medical school research on things like Ebola or that new virus from Brazil meant to scare us. Sure the viruses are real, and have some predictable chemistry, but the whole idea of a virus being the only cause of X is a big mislead. How many times have we seen the excuse “HIV lies dormant for decades”? And viruses are real relevant to what is considered conventional genetic engineering.

    • zendogbreath on June 5, 2016 at 9:42 pm

      Good points Lost. You’re giving harvard mic types credit for being honest useful idiots. some of em may be misunderestimated like their illustrious alum and frat brother, bubba shrub.

  11. WalkingDead on June 5, 2016 at 7:51 am

    The altering of the human genome has been done in high antiquity if one believes what is written in some ancient texts. It ultimately lead to the annihilation of almost all life on the planet. The original architect of the human genome did not take it kindly. The resulting chimeras were an abomination in His eyes.
    Now, those pushing this agenda are taking us down the same path. Repeating those same mistakes and expecting different results could be labeled insanity.

    • Lost on June 5, 2016 at 9:10 am

      And whatever alterations may have been done by some beings (none-too-bright “god cousins) 400,000 years ago are based on similar misuderstandings of biology, after all these beings (if the tales are to be believed) don’t even appear to have known how to make gold out of either mercury or copper. That latter process is easy enough for you to confirm.

      • Pellevoisin on June 5, 2016 at 7:05 pm

        Perhaps they regarded naturally occurring gold as possessing properties not found in something engineered or manufactured in a laboratory.

        • Guygrr on June 6, 2016 at 10:45 pm

          Bingo, just like our own biology, gold might be special.

  12. DanaThomas on June 5, 2016 at 5:25 am

    A little cross-referencing of the connections of these “high priests” of Lord Genome might give some interesting results. And, if and when the project goes ahead (or is it already ongoing?), who will be doing the funding?

    • DanaThomas on June 5, 2016 at 5:33 am

      Tidbit: Dr. Freemont hails from Imperial College, London, with all of the usual oligarch connections, such as this one:

      • zendogbreath on June 7, 2016 at 12:41 am

        nice one dana

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